Thursday, January 29, 2009

Good news

Oregon State University's Agriculture Department has an annual juried art exhibit, "Art about Agriculture." I submitted some recent photos and this one was accepted:

Some readers may recall a photo series I did last October during the grass field burning season here in Oregon's Willamette Valley. This one is from that group. The field in the foreground is one of the fields prior to burning. In fact, the grass seed has yet to be harvested. The black field in the distance is one that has been burned. The name of the photo is "Landscape Tilt 1" and is 11" x 25". One of the nice things about this show is that it travels to several locations throughout the state, giving many people an opportunity to see the work. And, the piece is for sale...


Memphis MOJO said...

Congratulations, that's great. I remember them and how much I liked them.

GL with selling it and perhaps some of the others.

Crash said...

That pic is very pleasant to look at, for some reason; I am not very well-versed in art. Why don't you post more pictures of, say, your wacky neighbors' area, and your peaceful acreage?